Although it's still in beta (the final version will be released as part of the forthcoming Leopard operating system, in 2007), Apple have released a new version of Boot Camp, now up to 1.1.1. Boot Camp enables Intel Mac users to create a bootable Windows partition that resides alongside your existing Mac OS X partition. You can then choose to boot in to either Windows XP or Mac OS X.
The latest 1.1.1 revision of Boot Camp supports the latest Core 2 Duo Intel-based Mac Pro and iMacs. Other improvements include the support for installing Windowx XP on any internal hard drive. If you have a Mac Pro, you could install a separate drive that contained Windows XP.
Remember you need Windows XP with Service Pack 2 to use Boot Camp. If you have this and want to use Windows on your Intel-Mac, download Boot Camp 1.1.1 from the Apple website.
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